Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Tue Mar 30, 2010 14:12

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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pherynk » Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:37

I know, how to change system time on my PC, of course it is a bug. I had to do it several times. Thank you for help once more. :)
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pepe999 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 16:11

Hi/Ahoj pherynk,
Next time use the BIOS to setup the clock on your pc. I've had the same problem before on both systems, linux and Windows. If you change the clock in the BIOS you suppose to be able change the clock in the OS..
Priste zmen hodiny v BIOSu a posleze muzes bez problemu menit hodiny podle pasem i operacnim systemu. Resil jsem neco podobneho pod Ubuntu i pod Win, kdyz se kdysi zmenil cas a i v nedeli jsem musel zmenit napred cas v BIOsu, abych to mohl opravit v Sabayonu i Win..
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pherynk » Fri Apr 02, 2010 21:40

I dont think so. I can change time using command kdesu systemsettings and than change time. But after several change of distro I must command repeat.
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pepe999 » Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:18

Hi,
I couldn't change the clock on Ubuntu/Sabayon in the past because of the BIOS settings. BIOS has no settings like an OS it means time zone options etc..
I don't know like you but I have to change the clock in the BIOS first and then I'm able to change the clock in OS's.. :)
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pherynk » Thu Apr 08, 2010 15:00

I noticed with boot that distro doesnt accept system time from my bios. But system time is setup properly. I checked it.
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Fri Apr 09, 2010 13:38

pherynk wrote:I noticed with boot that distro doesnt accept system time from my bios.

Do you mean that, if you boot in Verbose Mode, you see an error message on the console? If you do, what is the error message (check also in /var/log/messages)?
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pherynk » Fri Apr 09, 2010 15:48

I cannot boot in verbose mode, because my first bootable distro in grub is kubuntu. But in boot there is an item, that system time failed.
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Re: Time of czech zone is not right about 2 hours [Solved]

Postby pherynk » Fri Apr 09, 2010 15:52

For me it isnt a problem, I know, how to change the time, but I must do it very often. I am sure, that it is a bug, I announced it.
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